Girls track Warriors edge Northstars for league title

Liverpool again sets pace in CNYCL National meet

— C-NS won three of six field events, two of them by Jade Jenkins, who went 15'9" in the long jump as Javielle Fanizzi (15'6 1/4") was seconds, and added a victory in the triple jump with 35'5 1/2" as Hannah Szumloz (33'5") was fourth. Jenkins took fourth in the 400 hurdles, where Marissa Colburn was fifth.

Szumloz had already won the 100 hurdles in 16.25 seconds, with teammate Cheyanna Colin getting fourth place. Fanizzi was third in the 200 in 27.02 seconds and fourth in the 100 sprint (12.96 seconds) as Sasha Pulaski got sixth place.

Destiny Monica, with a heave of 34'1", was victorious in the shot put, where Shannon Hanmer (31'6") was third, this following Hanmer's second-place throw of 84'9" in the discus.

Nicole Herringhsaw took second in the high jump, clearing 5'1" as B'ville's Emily Soeder topped 5'5". Theresa Brown (8'6") and Whitney Hotchkiss were third and fourth, respectively, in the pole vault.

Parry, Watterud, Maria LaMontagne and Amanda Shuman were second in the 4x800 relay in 10:23 flat, ahead of Liverpool in fourth place, but only managed third in the 4x100 (53.07 seconds) and 4x400 (4:26.82) behind Liverpool.

LaMontagne was fourth in the 800 in 2:31.02, with Shuman sixth, as Jacqlynn Halstead ran to third in the 1,500 (5:03.52) and 3,000 (11:03.10), with Marie LeRoy sixth in the 400 sprint and Jillian Norris fifth in the 3,000.

The scene shifts next Tuesday to Fulton, where the Section III Class AA championship meet takes place and both Liverpool and C-NS take the measure of CNYCL American division champion Fayetteville-Manlius in a battle for top honors.

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